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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1906 NO 54 Polo linker in A Race Gtr Widow nt Wnltou OprIa House Sept 2rith IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance os Eva Hruco Uoltzclaw who died Aug 27 ItMJC Eva is gono but not forgotten Never will her memory fade Sweetest thoughts will over linger Around tho grave whero she is mid Ono more soul is safely anchored In tho harbor of the bloat Ono more homo left sad and lonely One more body laid to rest Till tho final trump is sounded Aud tho grave give up their dead There a golden crown Is waiting For each faithful servant dead There was an angel band In heaven That was not quite complete So God took our darling Eva To fill the nt seat Wo loved Eva yes we loved her But tho Savior loved her more So tho angels sweetly called her t To that bright and happy shore Ah that cruel death must sever From our midst a fricndso true Hlcssed Savior in our anguish Lot us turn and trust to You May we learn in Thy sweet council Ere the race of life is run To eay in our deepest sorrow Thy will 0 God not mine be done Will Thou send a guardian angel From the white throno above Down to heal broken hearted parcntu Down to tell them of Thy love Jlay that angel point us upward Through a sea of golden light Whero wo will see dear Eva Safely at our Fathers right Brothers sisters cease thy weeping Trust O trust and grieve no more A little while and you will Join her On that bright and shining shore It is hard to part with Eva f ohno sod to see her die But a gentle voice called her And she calmly entered home EMMA UYIUVW HUBBLE A P Sloan sold a pony to Tom Mc Millan for 100 J A Hammonds sold n yearling steer to W II Underwood at lie Jno Robinson sold Luther Underwood some 900pound steers at lie M B Bu qbanks bought some stock ewes of U SI Traylor at 5J to Be It G Uratton sold two tint calves to a P Underwood for 20 Matt Engloman bought a three yearold mare for 136 Mrs E H Miller Li in Indianapolis visiting her son Frank Miss Ethel Carman has accepted a position as teacher of vocal music at Science and will leave Monday to take charge of tho work Bonn McKcchnle loft this week for Harriman Tenn where ho will attend American University Miss Flonnio Hammond loft Tuesday for a visit to Lexington and Louisville Mrs Sita Spoonamore has returned to her homo at Providence Ind She was accompanied by Miss Lucy Spoona more Frank Hubble of Hockcastlo Springs has been visiting relatives here Den Underwood left this week for Louisville to enter a medical col lege lie was accompanied by his mother Mrs C P Underwood Starving to Death Uocnuso her stomach was so weak ened by useless drugging that she could not oat Mrs Mary IL Wallers of St dale St Columbus 0 was literally starving to death Sho writes II My stomach was so wouk from useless drugs that could not oat and my nerves so wrecked that 1 could not sleep and not before I was given up to die was I induced to try Electric Bitters with tho wonderful result that Improvement began at onco and a complete cure followed Nest health Tonlo on earth fXo Oauranteed by Tunnys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Uros Crab Orchard The Park Board of Paducah will con verb the red light district of that cky Into a public park PREACHERSVILE Mr and Mrs Cress went to Urod head to see her sisterinlaw Who is III Hev Green Todd pastor of the M F church here was sent by conference to Owen ton The departuro of Hev Todd and family will bo much regretted by our people- J W Akers has accepted a position as superintendent and manager of tho light plant at Carlisle Wo dislike to have such good cirizens leave us Ilov Wm J Uoltzclaw of Maccomb III was tho guest of his mother Mrs Lou isa lloltzclaw and preached fine ser mon at tho Baptist church Sunday eve ning lie has accepted a call to a Chi cago church J P Anderson colored the best melon raiser in tho East End has about finished harvesting tho finest and largest crop of water melons wo ever BUW Some of tho melons won bine ties at tho fairs tho largest ono we believe was large enough to tako tho prem- Ium at any fair as it weighed Gli Iba Besides being wall tilled ono important factor conducive to this heavy yield was being in a good bluegrass sod which had not been turned for 31 years Some idea may be had about tho quan lily of melons this field of five acres produced when on some occasions four goodsized melons were touching each other This big field of melons was raked on the wellknown Horton farm- J H Thompson bought IB good mules of Kockcastlo parties at an av erage of 50 and sold a good Jersey cow to Wm Coldiron for 530 W D Elmoro bought up a lot of hogs at 6 to toe A J Thompson bought a lot of mules at 70 to 7G Quinn Naylor sold a weanling mule to John Anderson for 10 D M Anderson bight a cow of J S Turpin for 36 J II Illgsby sold 20 stacks of hay to Bartlcs Colson at 15 Matt Rlgsby bought u sixyear old mare of J It Klgsby for 20 J P Rodgers bought two mules of Otton helm parties at ICO Bob Hnnkin of Hedgcvlllc ought of Charles Rlgsby a threryear old horse for 130 J It lUgs by sold a mule to J B Anderson for trioJ P Rodgers bought 21 cat tie at 3Jc of Morgan Chappel Speak lag of low priced corn and cattle Men clue Efmoro says What is the mat ter Roosevelt V KINGSVILLEI Tusco Waters arrived Monday from Shreveport La to spend n few weeks with his mother nnd sisters J Ever ardCroighton resigned his position in tho dispatchers office at Somerset and loft for Springfield 0 to accept a po sition J E Roland of Burnsidc spent Thursday and Friday with friends here Judge Bailey and It M New land were hero Saturday Champ Murphy is at home from Narko Kansas Operator Mack Mullins of Oakdale is spending a few weeks with his mother Misses Annie and Wallace Horton were in Cincinnati last week E W Creigh ton wont to Somerset Tuesday Mrs M IL Croighton is confined to her room with a badly sprained ankle Everett Chevoletto is on the sick list Mrs Emma Chevolcttc is indisposed Mrs Ada Gooch has been quite sick but Is Improved Miss Bertha Gooch is able to be out again after a long siege of inflammatory rheumatism S MI Owens attended the reunion lost wool- Y L Carey has gone to Lebanon Junction whore he will resume his old posh tion as condnctor on the L N Miss Dora Hester of Stanford k the guest of Mrs Dan Hester How to Avoid Appoijdlcltls Most victims of appendicitis are those who aro habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup euros chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores tho natural action of tho bowels Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup docs not nan soato or griper d U mild and pleas ant to tako Kef uso substitutes Pen nys Drug Store In its annual volume of London Statistics which is this year issued in n now and better form the London County Council is looking ahead as far as 1010 By that time it is calculated that the Population of Greater London will have exceeded seven anti n half millions It is today 7112000 which is half a million moro than in 1901 Gov Luke P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthro pint is too well known to need further comment onco said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is the best aper ient known to the medical profession and will cure more diseases than anyone remedy I have ever used Get n bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil druggists anti country stores John Mitchell president of the Fed oration of Labor in an interview given in Washington says that hereafter In bor will paddle its own canoe in all af fairs political and will be under obli gations to no candidate and no party NEWS NOTES Georgo 0 Hart a pioneer hardware merchant and rlvorman of Paducah is dead At Excelsior Springs Mo James Curry shot and killed his wife and then killed himself No cause is given Members of Wilders Brigade a famous organization in the Army of tho Cumberland are in session at ChattanoogaFive and seven vessels were added to tho list of wrecks and deaths duo to the recent gale which swept tho Labrador coast Riley Thurman of Bristow I T in a fit of ranger stabbed his slater Lillian Thurman aged four years with a rack et knife killing her almost instantly Late advlces from the typhoon at Hong Kong state that 100 lives were lost and millions of dollars worth of damage was florae during the typhoon Five minutes after being arraigned in the circuit court at Paducah James Graham was given a life sentence for the killing of Claude Bass He entered a plea of guilty Wilbur Glen Voliva was chosen by the people of Zion City as their leader by tho overwhelming vote of 1911 to for his opponent A E Bills Dills was a Dowlc man W L Savage a prominent farmer of Mason county wat found dead In his tabacco patch with gunshot wounds in his head and heart Chester Savage a 13 year old cousin is accused of the murder by the cc roners jury President Charles D McIver of the North Carolina Normal College at Greensboro one of the bestknown edu cators of the South dropped dead of apoplexy on the Bryan special train from Raleigh to Greensboro just after the train left Durham Charles Conley the Negro who at tacked and seriously injured Mrs Beatrice Franklsh and her daughter Miss Gftssic Leitch on a public road near Wilmington Del was sentenced to years imprisonment and to receive iiO lashes at the whipping post Eight persons are known to bo dead any many others are thought to have been killed and carried down stream in a wreck on the Rock Island railroad near Dover Okln caused by tho collapse of a bridge over the Cimarron river which was greatly swollen by re cent rains Twenty persons were in juredIwho according to general belief in Zion City is InI an extremely low condition of heallhI announced farewell service at Shiloh House for next Sunday Immediately after this service he will leave for Mexico if his physical condition iIII permit and it is not expected that heI will ever see Zion City again Twenty years ago a man stole a ride from Chattanooga to Nashville on n Nashville Chattanooga St Louis railway freight train says a Nashville dispatch This morning General Passenger Agent Danley received a money order from tho same man who now lives at Mt Vernon III for fl60 which the remitter desires to bo placed In the conscience fund Breath Lire Its n signifIcantfact that thestrong OIL unlmul of its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creatures How to keep tho breathing organs right should bo mans chlofost study Like thous antis of others Mrs Oii A Stephens of Port Williams 0 has learned how to do this Sho writes Throe bottles of Dr Kings Now Discovery stopped my cough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought consump tion 0 its grand for throat and lung troubles Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Hros Crab Orchard Price tOw and 100 Trial bottle tree JimmyI guess Johnny is a liar er some thin JamosWhyt Jimmy Ho told me his grandfather lost a leg or a arm in every buttle he fit in and I asked how many battles he uz in an he said moron 49Clevel- and Lender Stop It I A neglected cough or cold may lead to serious bronchial or lung troubles Dont take chances when Foloys Honey and Tar affords porfeotsecurity from serious effects of a cold Pen nys Drug Store Mrs Marion Wallace Vail who was conspicuous during tho Civil War as a nurse is dead in St Louis She was banished from St Louis by Gen Leighton for releasing Confederates during her work in tho prisons Sho was born in Cumberland county this State J Of Interest toMany Foleys Kidney Cure will euro any oaso of kidney or bladder trouble that Js not beyond tho roach of medicine No medicine can do more Pennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Mary A Denham aged 67 died of paralysis nt Nlcholosville Tho Danville Public School is crowd ed and more room is badly needed John II Howcrton n Shelby county farmer dropped dead of heart disease Henry W Bowman of Barbourville has been granted a patent on a bottle Hatter of Danville has been appointed manager of the Western Un ion office Middlesboro J M Vaughn proprietor Commer cial Hotel at was seriour ly injured by being thrown from a buggy in a runaway Tho Colson Cemetery Co of Bell county with 1500 capital stock has been incorporated W G Colson W D Hurst and Endoxia Hurst of Mid dlesboro are tho incorporators Mrs Lula Benedict wife of James Benedict of Junction City died lost evening after a lingering illness De ceased was about 40 years of age and leaves a family of small children be sides a husband Nathan Taylor and Bud Casey were found dead shortly after midnight near the home of Casey seven miles from Lancaster Caseys body was found with a hole in his head on the outside of his house which was burn ing Taylors body was almost en tirely consumed in tho fire which de stroyed tho house Double murder Is suspected Here and There Two men were killed and a third was seriously wounded as the result of an argument in a Hammond Ind saloon over the respective merits of two prize Easton a young man whose homo was in Henderson county was killed by a train at Bedford Ind while returning to his old hortfo after n long illness of typhoid fever The local option election in Mt Sterling resulted in a dogfall tho wets carrying two precincts and the drys two Several saloons will be closed by the election which was closely fought by both sides Chester Savage the 13yearold boy charged with the murder of his cousin who was found dead in a tobacco patch was arrested and lodged in jail at Maysville He declines to make any statements regarding the shooting The mandate of the court of appeals affirmed the case against eight Negroes convicted of the murder of an unknowp man near Pembroke and ends a case which attracted wide attention One Negro was hanged and seven went to the penitentiary for life while ono escaped by turning States evidence The Soul Thats Gone The Portals of heaven have opened To admit another soul Another grand life has ended It now has reached its goal Why weep over ones that have gone To a fairer world than this Neither sorrow nor pain doth roam In the Elysian fields of bliss Wo know tis hard to give them up But each and all must go- Dless them they drink the last cup Of this lifes misery and woe As the doors of heaven swing backward Shouts of joy aro heard within Glory the Lord has conquered Another soul saved from sin- Levingsworth Cured Hay erandSummer Cold- A 1 Nusbaum Uahl11e Indiana writes Lust year I suffered for three mouths with a summer cold so distressing that It interfered with my business I had mal Of tho symp toms ol hay foyer add a doctors proscription did not teach my case and I took several medicines which seemed to only aggravate my case Fortu nately I Insisted upon having Foloys Honoy and Tar In tho yellow package and Itqukkty cured mo My wife has since used Foloys Honey and Tar with the same success Pennys Drug Store What is tho Hon Tomas Rout to angry about the Weekly Palladium and Farmers Vindicator published a one column cut of him to it as a lifesize portrai- tChamberlalns Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan The most successful medicines aro those that aid nature Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this planI Take it when you have a cold and It will allay tho cough relieve tho lungs aid oxpcctoration open the secretions and aid nature In restoring the system to a healthy condition Thousands have testified to Its suporioroxcollence It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia Price t5o Large size SOc For sale by Stanfbrd- Drug Corl I W J5 Perkins IKentucky Distributing Depot for Pittsburgh Perfect Fences All Galvanized Steel Wires for field faun nUll hog fending Tho only electrically welded fenc Every rod guaranteed perfect Tho DURABLE fence none eo strong All largo wires Highest EPFII nv LOWEST COST No wraps to hold Moisture bud cause Rust THE WEL0 THAT HEtlri Absolutely STOCK ICuTL C PUT AWAY COAL I Wlntwr low at liniid You eau nay LION KY by Inlying your l of in rwixon of our iircwnt You nlo eut your owl bill Uy burning our con eillhll It In nlwolulfly sure nnd rl A Hieiit limit glvnr mid of hinting iimlltv Our tnottoU CoaILotiestPricesHonest W S E B Denham Say dont you think this Shower Bath would be fine on a hot Summer day I would like to give you fig tires on a bath room complete Hot and cold water put in country home at 100Ito 500 Satisfaction guaranteedps H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky ITinner anti Plumber DONT LET THIS BARGAIN PASS Iluvlnif decided to Lick In the My runntllo Unlrus wpm sell on easy terms and atn bargain my iltMlnibl n MIne on Lnmuuster Htrwl douse of evun root la uddl GoodbnrllIIIttlllobUMJ11111wllmlllulo walk runt the l N Depot For orbs and turiiin call on or tuht I TIIOM 0 ItALh laonoUlatnnrordKjr r The Interior Journal E C WALTONI M F NORTH Ii n onndldnte for Representative Llncol i nounty subject tot lu action of Damn Katie party J T ROBERTS In cnmiulntu for MtiiI trnte In tho Omit Orclnirit Miiglftturlnl DUtrlot Sul ect to the action of till demontitle party Democratic Ticket Fur Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county IF a hundredth part of tho story At tsndant Wallace formerly of tho Lexington Asylum is true every person connected with tho mnnagcmentof that institution deserves the most condign punishment The interview he volun teers on the treatment of a man named Ketterer who died in tho asylum is enough to make ones blood curdle Wallace may have a grievance and is possibly exggerating but the Fayetto county grand jury should look into the matter any way and see how the States unfortunates are treated ENORMOUS crowds are gathering to hear Gov Beckham wherever he speaks At Princeton his audience was far too large for the court house and he was compelled to speak out doors where between 2500 and 3000 people heard him Among those who con gratulated him and pledged their support at the conclusion of his speech were five exConfederate soldiers who promised to do all in their power to car ry Caldwell county for Kentuckys mod govemortHAYS seems to have had his day too early in the race to do him any good save to air himself and bear false wit ness against his betters Hager Is gain J ing ground at the same ratio Hays is being and by the primary in November Kentuckys greatest ingrate Hon Bo ni Hays will scarcely have a corporals guard Poor fellow After his present term of office he will never be heard of again May the time pass by quickly THREE cheers for the management of bums Institute in Virginia for refus ing to admit Miss Grace Bryans poodle dg to that institution Miss Bryan h a student there and took with her a pet poodle when sho matriculated but the canine was denied admission IN a the day Senator McCreary said that he was fearful that Gov Beckham would become a chronic office seeker The woodchuck thought of the source from whence the state ment came and immediately proceeded to laugh himself to death THE editor of the Frankfort Call ad wits what we knew all the time i e he is a yellow dog However we feel constrained to say that he is a liar to boot and a dirty one at that Tim Lexington Heralds 40page Blue Grass Fair edition is a daisy It would be a credit to a city many times larger than the Blue Grass capital- POLITICAL Charles Waniock has been appointed postmaster at Wallsend Bell county From the time Mr Bryan enters Indian Territory until the time he leaves it he will be chaperoned by the Indian chiefs of the five nations- C T Dearing Co of Louisville got the contract to print the ballots for the State primary Their bid was 1810 The CourierJournals bid was a 55000 Hager and Hays have both paid their entrance fees in the State primary It seems to us that the attorney general has more money than he knows what to withSenator George W Hickman died at his home in Calhoun after an illness of many weeks He was a member of the State Senate and served as Governor for a short period last winter William J Bryan spoke at Columbia S C to 3000 persons on the campus of the South Carolina University The audience included representative men from every county in the State com posing a committee of 400 Senator Bailey of Texas has receiv eda telegram from Roger Sullivan Democratic National Committeeman from Illinois in which Mr Sullivan re udiates the Interview wherein ho is quoted as saying that if Bryan pro posed to read him out of the Democratic party Bailey should be similar ly served because of his connection with Standard Oil and other trust in terests Jones and John Simpson and Curtis East of the Buckeye section of Gar rard are in jail at Lancaster charged with causing the death of Taylor and Kaiser who were burned a few nights age James I Hamilton has been re tained to prosecute the case aptAt Columbus 0 John Harlan aged 08 and Miss Ella Jones 24 were joined heart and hand I WANTED To buy a few shares of First National Bank stock Apply at this office MIDDLEBURGI Band went out played and the Gray at Kingsville last week and report a good time The fifth Sunday missionary meeting will be held at New Salem Baptist church beginning on Friday night before the fifth Sunday in this month H C McWhorter who is working In Louisville spent last week with his fimily here and returned Sunday Mrs John Adams and Mrs Etta Coleman accompanied him nnd will be absent a week or more Mrs T S Benson Is quite sic- kRevU T Willis left Monday for Greenup to attend conference Mr antI Mrs William Dcavenport who have been confined to their beds ut Yosem sayitho community is atpresentV who holds a lucrative position at Thurmond W Va is hero with relatives and friends Mrs Flor ence Williams has resigned as primary teacher in the public school here to take charge of the McKinney school Lansing Lanham will succeed her Napoleon Bonaparte Hays seems to be doing himself up in fine style 1119 slim following here has gone glimmering since his seemingly unwarranted at tack on Gov Beckhams administration Boni ought to know that Gov Beck liam is mighty close to the hearts of tho dem arnU af Kentucky and govern his remarks accordingly r CHURCH MATTERS Rev L C Kelley will preach at the Baptist church here next Sunday morn ing and evening 3 E Stigall and Miss Lela Spratt were married at Eld J G Livingstons by that gentleman Wednesday Rev W F Vaughn will not nil the pulpit of the Methodist church Sunday but will preach there tho following Lords day Eld George T Walden of Australia will begin a meeting at the Christian church at Hustonville on Oct 21 He is said to be a very forcible expounder of gospel truths Rev H C Kendrick of llagers town Md has accepted a call to the Christian church at Georgetown Rev Kendrick is a relative of Prof j W Ireland of this place The meeting at Waynesburg conduct ed by Revs R R Noel of this place and Edward Andrews of Covington has resulted so far in 30 additions The converts will be baptized this morning The meeting will continue until further Methodist conference at Win chester elected J W Simpson for presiding elder of this district G W Wyatt was chosen as pastor for Brod head and Bryantsville W D Wilbur for Burnside E H Pierce Danvilfe Josiah Godbey Ierryville As stated Tuesday Dr W F Vaughn was sent to this place MATRIMONIAL Denny Singleton and Miss Birdie Burkett were married Tuesday Magistrate OConner of Louisville married five couples in 1J hours Wed nesdayWilliam Lowman and Mrs Eliza Lowman were joined heart and hand on the 17th At Bowling Green William R Chand ler who had already been married five times was joined In wedlocks holy bonds to Miss Polly Pritchett Miss Laura Conant granddaughter of Gen T T Garrard and B F John son both of Pineville surprised their friends by going to Middlesboro and having the knot tied Miss Louise Culbertson the charming daughter of Mrs Catherihe Huffman Culbertson of Covington was married Wednesday to Mr Orie A Ware a prominent young business man of that city The bride is a niece of Mrs H R Camnitz of Hustonville To Cure a Felon says Sam Kendall of Phlllipsburp Kan just cover It over with Buck lens Arnica Salve and the Salvo will do tho rest It Quickest euro for Burns Bolls Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Itheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet Sore Eyes Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Guaratnced S SAt a church bazaar hold in a London suburb recently cigars presented by the late Sir Henry Irving with signature attached sold for 1050 each The laxative effect of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is soagree- able and so natural you can hardly realize that it is produced by a medi clnw These tablets also euro Indiges tion and biliousness Price 25c Samples free at Stanford Drug Co WANTDPeskion by young lady as mposkkor on weekly lias had three years experience and can give best references Address INTER IOn JOURNAL Stanford Ky r THE L it N is giving a roundtrip rote of 330 to the State Fair at Lou Isville and e to the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington this week DONT fail to see theKreat Pete Baker inuA Race for a Widow at Wal nightSepta CORNS CURED Corn Exit will posi tively remove corns In four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Mrs Henry Tilford of Louisville Ky slipped and fell in a bathtub in the residence of Mayor Tom L Johnson at Cleveland and received injuries which may prove fatal TilE L N will run an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday 150 for the round- trip Train leaves Stanford depot at 5 A House Land for Sale I will soil rlvntrty lilY boos o Rllll tlvr acres of In ml 1I11f Irom Turner vl lie In Knot neighborhood and nose to school church For particular see V U Mr1Hn Htnnfurd Ky Horses Handled nm preiuired to brtiknml ImndU hostby tin month Ierlect witUfuctloii eiiar minuet Cllvi me ii trial Reference ftlvmi Kd MMrUnrty IlnkCottngi stock Farm Stanford Ic- ySmall Blue Grass Farm for Rent AlioulPOmicreI mile from eeut hour huff hullo fruit lniilil Sehool Klratclnst cllrrnqndallmaaryoutbndldingttooIpond Apply to MrI M UotKlkiilKlit Wtnnford Ky or sec Mr W S Jomiiu hir riitnurnut OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Kormtrly WhltiV SUIIl JllIs IxHn thoroughly rtnovntwl nnd U now In lint condition to inaku the It of Hour inial iU Cuntom Krliullnu done on iiicli Tuowliiy ami Yrhlll III grind for the toll in formerly Dive nw n trill 1111 HMITM drip Urnb Oivlmnl Ky PUBLIC SALE I MaryJniaofttibitrtxtnict of nbont left uire of rich land In the JUrta oclock Octolnr lib Ternm on diiy of Kal- eKliWAUOAIXJOHN IlunmaudeedJul PUBLIC SALE I publlonuluJohn u Murphy In wrst Lincoln on- HATUKDAYHKITai liwo Twohonloooiicree of corn In miook nUo my honnehnlj 310cnhovrrlhatuutouuton Bood note with 0 per cent lnten t AUANN MoKlnneyKy JI CJoodc Auctlomer EXCORSIONTfl MAMMOTH AYE Friday Oct5e 935 the RoundTrip on Reg ular Train Leaving Crab Orchard at 401 A M Rowland 420 A M STANFORD 425 A M This amount pays the Railroad fare alto board at Cave hotel from arrival fur dinner until after dinner the following day Also the long and short routes in the cave See Ltic N A- gentMOTICEI Our mode of advertising Diffeets Liquid Soap is to Give Every Family a Sample Free expenseWeodt a trial We claim that this is not only A LABOR SAVER but clothes washed in DIFFEES SOAP will last 20 per cent longer us there is no Rubbing Required and positively not injurious to time fabric For Scrubbing and Removing Grease Spots it has no equal and willwash in hard water same as soft Rcuicin her FREE to ALL Dont con delhn WI without a trial For further infor notion tee the ttndereigned J F Cash Gen Mgr Lincoln Co Trade Mark Registered Will be at McKinney for the next three weeks I want a partner with Some nooey Good investment HAIRBALSAM thl baJr inlvrittHexervat OYouthful Ilrntor iuIk a 007I FARM FOR SALE I US iicni of llrntcIiiMi Imid lying on Italic Fork Lincoln county mm Mluntcdu mile Irons dkr Utwien A Htnn forrt Till None of the bt farm In thy county Loot dwelling of Uroomiaml necviiMiry outbuilding Penrlna In good condition nod never miitniv of water W KHIIiiMAKKlt It K l No t Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALEI Having moved to lllliertKreik I duslrw to II niy fnrin of nit ncrrn on the Htanfun- ltoruborchnhlptkrYtitneafroui Onib Or chard Farm h well tOm AllIngritslookortV place Mil on who lire on the faro J HMlTllCllllxrtii Creek Ky Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Having determined to quit fnrmlnii I will wll privately my farms Of Srt acre nrMorUtsndon tI Hltllllrolltl vdlrft IrUln ImiivlllefS mils from Hnstonvlllf well iltuntrd on pike OropcontlMi of corn liny urn oU stock leniitu hicks hoar Him brood throe Will aril at n burgfllH If I find n buyer in ttw next irv or to tiny 1111 KINK Moreluml Ky w Waynisburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dealer In nod Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble Mooed Letter n Hpeclalty Ofllce and work Vuyne bur8Ky D Padgett Apt PUBLIC SALE of n lliicoln County llluo Oniw Kami An tut and nttornoy In fuel for the hvlri of A Chrlmnan dvetwMnl will an HATUHUAY xrl611151 nt th dwulllnn IIOUM on the near Moroland In Llneoln county hYtill nt auction to the Id t bidder thomAILS tlf it AOIIHM till whllh snld flirt varyduelrnbleirovuhtrmitit nro ahl- TEIIMeIbale known on day of Mile Halo to 1Glllat lu oclock Mrluirp- KDWAIII AIX3OHN Agent Cut J Chandler AU- ctPUBLIC SALE llnvlntf decided to locate permanently In Virginia I will on TiimwnAYixrr tiv lit oclock p nt my place IR tulle from Itrynntivlllt on the Ixnlniittm tell to the highest bidder the following deicrllied property Two milk cow I good gentle buggy mimrchheon old not afraid of tart or nil automobile noiind mind rides well thorouithbred share a Jtnrohl olllld MlIhltptl Fnrpihig dc mentii RoiNl twohone waRiiii hay frame hay Imlir I twolior rnke cutfniliarrow Mitoothlim harrow two l lowIIhlc mower urliul toninv r l cnrppiiterhi tool 1110 iitiiie household nml kitchen furniture At MIIIIO time amid place will otter for sale III farm contnlnlnR en acreiof good land In high tale of eultlvi- itou unilit excellent agxtlr A Irnutlful nowcottnue contnlnliiK six roomnnnd kltrh en Imrncnrrlace IIOUM rervnnthouve IImllllllltIuqollthulhllngl TermtmaiU MAIIV It MiHIILMH Cnut I M Dunn Auct PRESZTlONs11 I THREE Honesty THINGS I AccuracyIntelligence are a part of every preseriji tion we fill doc not write them down with the other ingredients because of a tacit understanding that they are to go in always and he knows they WILL go in when you bring his order to us I SraDfo elrlu d Drug co1 PUBLIC SALE I I will Mlliit tale nt my plncemllu nillti Wet of Iluitoiivllle mind one from OiirpunUrH Htntlon on- TUEHDAYJXJT 4 IWo n lot of fnrinltiK Implement untimely Mc lormlck mower IIItw latest liniirovitl lc Cormlck rake Otinmplon mower Hkvl ton wiiKonl goal twohorm wiiRon hug hnrnes gear I Oliver ldlIed NingluIlow1flux and Corn HlHllor Htt of Tool Etc fomuhold 11ntl Kitchen urnlturIIOOtI tought WllrrclI Organ Vol Hiuldlo horse Uter n nliv lot of pure tonib Whltv UKliorn Chlckeilouden Wyaiulottr KtIIII1 stndn extra large nrrIlIlUllltU weighing front 2e to pruniL CJobliler from tit 5pwundi A nice lot of Whlto Ferret hrWll pipoclally fur rpt hunt lug l tine tired hriod man Ilino Yyenr old eilt HeluelYSl2 by Prospect 1M by ilhic- kNIulrrei04kH11ltlgIslerlllnu lpl II Ytrlllg IIv Noru Hoquel J combined T4ie colt iiroout of blue fartie nl III CIIII lx traced on lMth iildcii Oneeunibinedhoru4year old 14 year old mnro inul 18 hand high ono pair of ngcd mules la hands i4 Inchon ntne good workers l Jack or year lid Tom JlrlllollntJ tlllrn IlIrn I new hugy rublx tired Murphy make ton Hen hemt of mnll Mttlc 2 milk- cow lot of toiled of IKi acres In hatfarmgrass and ox cnn be found In the country r notowtccoand heap land well walert two dwelling house threa house If notold will rent privately Imrn I teuunt JOIN FlTJoELE CARPENTER Jluntonvlllii Ky SHOES N I teJWhile our stock is not just quite ompl yet a very large per cent of our Shoes for Men Women and Childrens School Shoes are in Ultras and Brockport for the LaIdies at 350 anci 300 in Vici Kid and Pat ents Blucher Lace and button The HMansstt and Walkover for Men at I 350 and 500 Everything thats new and good aritars H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY WttfPEIArY MASSAGE CREAM Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible lot most complexion troubles Summer dust tho stain ol vacation travel combined Keeplwork of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM r withdraws every particle of impurity from the pores all the way throughand by gently exercising the facial muscles rounds them out to perfect development blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear but the natural glow ol health you call at our store we will gladly give a generous sample of the cream and a ouIthe famous book A Trutiit HI FasUl DRUG STORESTANFORD KENTUCKY tb County national Bank Stanford KentutkytSURPLUS 2000000 l OFFICERS a S H W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER BankIfJ B J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M DIRECTORS J W ROCHESTER CLERK J B II SHANK Stanford O W OAHTIH Tarnenvlllt Ireacherivllle L O Ooocn W ynoiburjj W n K L UDUDLE Lancaster W 0 WALKKII Stanford- J W n Stanford J n PAXTON Stanford We nccollnll of Itullvldunli Flrml and Coiixirntloni llnnki and to ftirnluli nil depositor such ncconimodntloii ni nm Modern Hnfety Dopoilt lloxvi In our vault for use of Of Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Tblf Institution wu originally eitabllihed at the Deposit Dank of Stanford In lltlthen reorganized ai the National Dank of Stanford In Kts and again reorganlied ai the Flrit National Baik ol Stanford In JI8J bating bad practically an uninter rupted exIstence for yean It le better supplied with faellltlei for transact boilnen promptly and wen than ever before In Ita long and honorable carter Accounts of Individuals FlduskrUssBd Cir peratlens SellclUd ax Officers J HOOKER Preit BT lUnniR V Prei J J MoBOBERTB Ohr W II WEARENAist Obn Dire otors t Held OauTlHe S T Harrli Stanford J Hooker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore S II Bangbman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J H llaughman Stanford J M Pettui Stanford 0 K Tate Stanford w PLAIDSt Tho show windows in Now York are full of new bright pretty laid Wo have Wee nudge of ekirt patterns in plaids nt 81 GO yard shadow plaid at CO and 7Co plaid glnghlull just the thing fur waists suits nod petticoats at 10 nut 12o Plaid silks at 75c and 8100 CAMBRIC This very toft material ro much used now instead of 1orcnlQ comas in Red Nnvy and llluik with whit figures Also white grounds with figured Just the thing for house and school dresses Price 1210 00inuh wide SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKYa BTANKOUU KY KIIT 21 1000 DELICIOUS Ico Cream Soda at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS IErnit STIUWI hi up from Somerset DlllvllloJwith typhokl fever ATTORNKY Goo U SAUPLBY Will in Loutovllle yesterday Mn A SBVHHANcn was down ai from Corbin Tuesday MR M S HAUCIIMAN Is attending the fair at Lexington MK K A WHITE has gone to Ponca City to visit his sister SAM GoumulN and little daughter Tillie are in Louisville R C BNOUIMAN JR wont to the Lexington Fair Wednesday MK AUIBKT SKINNRK of Buena Vis ta was here on business yesterday MR H C WALTER of tho Hubble section Is very ill with rheumatism SnNATOR H L HUMBLE and Mr A L Carter went to Louisville Tuesday ED WILKINSON wife nnd guests pent several days nt the Lexington Fair MRS Vic OwENs returned yesterday from n visit to friends at Junction City MR AND MRS G A WALTER of KlnRsville visited his brothers and sis ter here Una NUWMAN BIRK of Owensboro is visiting her brother Mr J W liaughman MISSES LUNA AND PEARL HAMPTON and Jesslo Leo Phillips visited friends at LebanonDR KKID Haynes Smith and W T Smith attended the Lexington fair yesterday MRS W S JONS is quite sick Mr W W lays la running her store dur ing her absence HR8SKH SAM KOBINSON and Sam Levitan are In Ioulsvlllo spending their New Years holiday MRS MAnn WBISSKR and son Morris Gibson of Los Angeles Cal I are with Mrs S J Embry KBV JOIN I LEWIS left yesterday for Uethany W Vn where ho will upend another year in college MISSES LUCINDA AND ELIZABETH LUTES are tho guests of Miss Hallie Benton during the Lexington fair MRBDAUES HuniiES and Webber of Bloomington arrived Wednesday to visit their sister Mrs Mary Wray JosBtH HOLMAN who has been with a relatives in this county for several Mobile Ala Wednesday J weeks returned to MIt AND MRS B J HETHURUM have moved to their new homo recently pur chased on Harveys HlllSomcrset Journal t JOE PAYNE Corbins uptodate res tauranter was here Tuesday to secure tho services of a cook He was sue cessful Miss MAUD SPAINHOWEK who is teaching the Rowland school was call ed home Saturday on account of the illnsss of her mother MISSES UECA BAKER Susie nnd An nie Thompson of Mt Vernon passed to Loulsvlllo Wednesday morning 1to spend the day shopping Miss PEARL GENTRY had to decline a good position us oral teacher In n School for the Deaf in Georgia on ac count of a severe spell of ncutcsciatica MR AND MRS CHARLES LUTES nnd Miss Jennie Wilcher are attending the Blue Grass Fair nt Lexington They ti will visit friends nt Paris before they return MRS W K SUUOAUS came down from Brodhead to see Miss Florence Tanner of McKinney who has recently returned from a delightful visit to friends in Kansas MR John L ALVERSON brother of Mr J M Alverson ot this office has been promoted from n 1400 to n 800 position in the government print ing office at Washington Miss KATHERYNB BASTIN daugh ter of Mr nad Mrs John W Bastin of llttburg has returned frwn her trip abroad While gone she visited Sot France Ger land England Belgium many Switzerland and Italy London Local t MESSRS C E TATE T W Penning ton W H Wearen John S Bough Hill Thomas Ends and man Menefee Jr stArted to Berea John N ythdaaylooddge but afailed tonconnect f ut and returned home Wed nceday morning t JAMB F BRADY is in Louisville at tending tho State Fair MRS SUSAN YBAGER will leave today to visit Louisville friends MR C E TATH is attending the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington MR E E YOUNG of Highland has entered Union College at Barbourville MR AND MRS B D CARTER uro in Lexington attending tho Blue Grass FaIrDR L S ADAMS who is now heated at Parson Kansas paused up to Mt Vernon yoHtordny to visit his par ants LOCALS FRBBII oysters Saturday Mrs W S Jones DOMESTIC Sewing Machines chain and lock stitch on one machine For sale at Muellers SoMiiiisirr is to have a brass band and Editor Campbell is tickled almost to death at tho thought of it I MAKB burnt leather postal cards and take orders for burt leather pal lows Mrs Bessie McKinney W H MUELLER theuptodate jeweler has just put in place one of the handsomest show cases ever seen in this section Call in and see it GEO B HARRIS Crab Orchard is holding a big reduction sale at his store He is making some unheard of prices Call and get n share of the bargains ALL bar claims against Lincoln county must file same with county court clerk properly verified at a date not later than Sept 24 1900 G B Cooper clerk by E D Pennington D C CORIIIN had a prize light the other day Jimmy Urell and Kid Phillips of Louisville were the contestants and Urcll disposed of his opponent in two rounds of fast fighting Corbin is be coming a veritable Goldfield Nov WE will print free obituaries of 40 to 50 lines but over that number five cents per line will invariably be charged Under no circumstances will more than one obituary be free This rule will not bo broken under any circumstances FOR crap shooting Jesse Sallce Jolt Bryant Anderson Carr Jr Bud Rout Green Hansford Joo Hoyden Bob Crow Sam Rocker Ed Salter and Will Bogle each caught n fine of 12 Will Jones house in Mncksvillo was th scene of the game JESSE FITZGERALD the Negro who who was given n death sentence for killing Mrs Robert Broughton near Barbourville will not hang today as Judge Faulkner said ho should Ills attorney F D Sampson has taken the case to the court of appeals TILE following persons have been designated by County Judge R C Warren as delegates to the Fifth State Development Convention at Winchcst ter on Oct 10 11 nnd 12 Joseph B Paxton Chairman Jesse P RifTe B W Givens W E Perkins M S Baughman THE prices of admission for the Race for a Widow engagement will be per scat for the first eight rows 75c for the next two and 60c for general admission As usual tho price for the gallery will be 25c Seats will bo on sale at McRoberts drug store Saturday morning Dato of entertainment next Tuesday night 25th IT was Mr Andy Foley and not Harvo aa our types made us say who died nt Crab Orchard Monday night The burial occurred Tuesday afternoon after services by Rev W T B White Mr Foley and his daugh ter Miss Mary Foley lived together his wife having died some years ago As previously stated he was 9C years oldREFRESIIINGT comedy A Race for a Widow which cornea to Waltons Opera House Stanford on Tuesday night next 25 is in four acts and requires four scenes for tho unfolding of tho story which is said to be refreshing as it covers new ground and com bines with a fund of light crisp comedy dramatic touches and n genuine heart interest Pete Baker tho famous comedian of Chris Lena fame ap pears in the character of an English man and introduce his Imitations now songs etc QUALITY PRICE POWER Wo have tried to not overlook either of thoic trade bringing powers in the nuroliaeo of our Fall and Winter goods Tho mouth just passed wo have epcift in receiving and placing in stock lots of now goods null each day brings moro It is none too early to buy the goods thnt have to bo mndo up so we mention in this space some of tho new goods just placed on sale SONFOR RENT Three nice rooms Ap plyto Mrs Leslie Carter 2t WANTED A good ndwork on form Come recommended Dr Hugh Reid TUB members of the U UC will meet with Mrs Carrie Sholton at Row land at 230 Tuesday afternoon MRS MBBCE HUBBLR grandmother of Mrs Garland Singleton died at her home near Wtlno burg Wednesday I IIAVB tho exclusive sale of tho Domestic Sewing Machine best on the market Call in and see it work W H Mueller IT it almost certain that a passenger train to run from Rowland to Louisville will be put on in a few weeks It will leave Rowland about noon Rosii HASHANAII or tho Jewish new year begun Wednesday afternoon and Messrs Sam Robinson Sam Levi ton and Sam Goldstein and family Stanfords only Jews are observing it TilE residence of George Ketron of Rockcostle burned Sunday He had 1000 insurance in the Continental represented by Mr R B Mahony of this place Mr U and Adjuster H II King went up yesterday to adjust the loss WANTEDGcntleman or lady with good reference to travel by rail or with a rig for a firm of 250000 capital Salary 1072 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and ex penses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Stanford Ky MR J D EADS who returned from Wayne county last week tells us that his father Mr J D Eads Sr who is 88 years old has not seen a train for CO years Ho went to Georgia with some stock when 22 years oldand saw his first and last train of cars The old gentleman is in feeble health and is unable to walk TilE front of H J McRoberta1 gents furnishing store is to be made very citylike in appearance Immense plate glass widows have arrived and daysTheyhis pretty store and the arrangement of the front will be entirely different from anything in town OBANNON Roand Wallace Singleton were placed in jail here yes worshipewere each given 20 days at hard labor George Reynolds and Obe Frances were fined 50 each for giving whisky to minors and the officers brought then here but the latter made his escape just before the jail was reached productionrich in humor embellished wtyh several song hits and a welldeveloped plot at times strongly dramatic in dialogue and situation called A Race for n Wid ow comes to Waltons Opera House Stanford on Tuesday night Sept 25 The company is said to be excellent productionedian of Chris and Lena fame is the star THE removal of Squire J A Hollars to Lincoln county will cause a Vacancy on the fiscal board of this coEnty to be filled by oppointment of Gov Beckham Squire Hollars was elected as a demo cratic nominee last November and has proven a very useful and efficient mag istrate in harmony with the economic policies of the county administration and his resignation will be regretted Somerset Journal Squire Hollars bought the Abel Bryant farm in the East End and he will prove a valuable acquisition to that end of the county REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION Pursuant to a call mado by the district chairman the republicans of Lincoln county arc hereby called to meet in mass convention at the court house in Stanford Ky on Saturday Sept 29 1906 at 130 r M for the purpose of selecting delegates to the district convention which meets in Lawrcnceburg republicanEighth district of Kentucky to be voted for at the regular November election 1906 R L Davison chairman Lincoln county executive committee Geo D Florence secy Sept 19 1900 MRS L M GOODKNIGHT offers her splendid farm of 100 acres near town for rent this issue DONT forgot the big picnic at Jones Kolsays Oak Grove near Yosemite tomorrow Saturday Go and enjoy yourself A man dog came to my house a week or 10 days ago Owner can get It by proving property paying for this no tice and his keep Harvo Stewart Stanford Dr G Goldstein Will Visit Stanford Monday Sept 24 One Day Only at the St Asaph Hotel Stanford Kentucky The value of perfectly fitted glasses with regard to health am not hoover estimated Their effect upon the nervous system it directund through this organismAdirectly in this particular are Non ralgia Sick Headache and Nervous Prostration A sad mistake is made hJIIost people in putting oil the use of spec tacles too loug The old advice Dont begin specs till you have to has done a world of harm Anyone can by straining and squinting and looking sharp go for n long time without spectacles but he is sowing the seed of destruction in his eyes Consult Dr Goldstein eyesfreeOffice hours from 10 A M to 8 r M nt tho St Asaph Hotel Will be onlyMonday WALTONS OPERA HOUSE Stanford Ky Tuesdays Sep 25 TUB WIDOW The great Comedy Success IIA Race for n Widow with PETE BAKERo- fCHRIS nnd LENA FAME rud a great cast New Songs Now Specialties FLANNELETTES We are showing n fine range of patterns in Twill and Armuro wear at- at lOc yanlOUTING CLOTHS For comfortable Winter garment there is nothing to equal thorn We have all grades 5c to lOcoOne we call your attention to especially is a IQo outing In light stripoaand cheoke at 8Jc 1Ve bought ncase of these which accounts for the low priceBRAIDS We have the prettiest line of braids vhite mill colored wo have ever had Wo have n new braid with an edge at 0 yards for 35c See it Every woman knows about S iThe Red Cross Shoe ii the Shoe for Easy vearii Twentyfive Million People read S about them every month in the Na itional Magazines We have them ii the Fall styles are in Should like to show yo- uCUMMINS S S MCLARYST- ANFORD KY t setietiwaa + wwdastivsa I 11 U + rill +4++ + ++ III H +++++ JIt II 1111111 II SHOESBefore buying your Fall Shoes you are cordially invited to inspect our lineIf you do this we believe we are safe in saying that you will buy your Fall Shoes of We are usIdies from 2 to 350 per pair The PRICES ARE RIGHT the STYLES ARE RIGHT and the WEAR IS GUARANTEED We also have a Good Honest Line of Shoes for la dies at 150 In Childrens Shoes we a are showing everything from the In fants Soft Sole Shoes at 25c per pair to the Misses Dressy Patent Leather Shoe at 2 per pair We have an es pecially strong line of Childrens r School Shoes Give us a call and see for yourself l44444444 + + LMHUEYCODry 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 1111 he Interior Journal J Efiltrtd in the Fo 0ice at Stanford wotsd elau vnnUer iminMHKn TOKHOAYH ANI FHIIU- XJ5IOO AT PER YEAR CASH yl When not so paid ItOO will be charged 1Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Feed and Salo Stalls Lancaster Ky Bontt weU fed and cared for Upt date rigs at reasonable rate f NEW LIVERY STABLE 3UBSE Jc CLASSSOH Prcn CITY KYi JUNCTION llntCUta Turnouts at Reasonable Rates AttenUon to Traveling Men Special and Ray For Sale I LISURANCEfWind Ufe ylre IJgbtntng ho HTIlONGtHT nnd JlDOtdent It6IrllIntd lIylng1Jt60 f V1equnttedTalkwlthse Stanford Kentucky iMAHONY Phone No 83 t In Dmwlllo stop With 1WhlnB G FOX Feat and Hnto Htnblo KTHTroiTiTTn uTfr 1at dolt tmes rlYUlltho Inthermarket colts this utulcettrlingIWBlon for 1lX and tiorw colts B G FoxDanvilleKy BDCARTERr Successor lo Bruce Carter Feed and Sale Stable tltveDepot Street STANYORDrKr feudal attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U eollcited forges on commission tock Pens In Connoctloni Two Farms For Sale rlRttoly my farm or 170 Boll J wleb to West of Uincnster on the LeXI- i atwiB miles and bn- eut1 llLitoll It Is wet Imprond of water and Umber fenced and riWlprSr of 100 acres hetwm nnd Lex RatedpTernicreacona blet T1IIEItn1Nul- arkebury Give Me Your Order- I I Can Please Youf readymade clothing wben thereWhy buy of highIn the price Vadereadyatadeuttsnnd a suit made to nn experienced Jour tallor7 men I have n hnnd8om line Hpring eanmer gooos I can make from a low price bustaeu suit to the andatfnys vests The onrcoollirousers Is one of the best H O RUPLEY the Tailor ia1 TraHlof DIALCB IK Itilski Brandu Wines Boor Guars Etc I Qxrpsnter Clot to DepotSTANFORD KY atttntlon Nothing Ik the b- epertsk Prompt and pout recelys Mall pbon er talsgrapt orders 1Inllon rCi af1 Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harues3Saddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Home Phone IS Je L Beazley Co TfodMtafcere and Embalm are Also Dealers in Fur ahure MattSnguRugs They will exchange Furniture for aU Kinds of Stock Ove- nem a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY ANf lIir FARMERSDEPARTMENT Some fine mule colts sold as high as 120 ar Somerset Monday A thoroughbred shorthorn bull for sale R C Hockcr Stanford Three hundred acres of good land for rent G A Swinebroad Danville FOR SALE260 bushels seed rye RouteI o Fox a bunch of H B Hanger has bought the Cy Fox place of 100 acres near Richmond 125I Durham has sold his fine horse Dick Anderson for I500Danvlllo Herald A big crowd attended J W Dishoi 8 sale at Milledgevlllo yesterday and good prices ruled throughout FOR SALEBlack Berkshire gilt weight 200 pounds with seven pIgs two weeks old Mrs W B Mc Roberts Mrs N J Horton of the East En raised a water melon that weighed 62 pounds She sold nearly 100 worth of melons last week A stock company composed of ltI- zees of Laurel county has purchased the famous German coach stallion Watzman for 3000 A E Hundley Co and Forest Reid have rented the Danville Cair grounds for 100 and will handle horses on an extensive scale At the Lexington fair S T Harris and R B the blue on hors mulo under one year old and the red on mare mule one year and under two James Woods got second on mare and mule colt- Highland Denmark probably the bestknown sire of saddle horses in the country died in Lexington This magnificent saddle stallion won tho S300 sweepstake stallion ring at a Cnlr held here somo 12 years ago WAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured by Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy When my boy was two years oh bo had a very severe attack of bowel complaint but by the use of Cham berlalns Colic Cholera and Dlarr hoea Remedy we brought him out all right to says Maggie Ulckox of Mid land ditch This remedy can bo de ended upon in the most severe cases Even cholera infantum Is cured by it Follow tho plain printed direction and a cure is certain For sale by Stanford Drug Co GREATNESS Some talk of Alexander And some of Hercules Of Hector and Lysander And old man Socrates But these far famed old codgers Were only second rate Napoleon Bonaparte Hays he is The only truly great But greatness may consist you know In very many things The Generals greatness lies in lies Which he fovever slingsFrank ort Journal Pain from a Brun Promptly Re lieved by Chamberlains Pain Balm- A little child of Michael Strauss of Vernon Conn was recently in great rain from a burn on the hand and at cold applications only increased the nllammution Mr Strauss came to Mr Tames N Nichols a local merchant for something to stop tho pilln Mr tennis says I advised him to use hainborlainu Pain Balm and tho first application drew out tho inflam nation and gave immediate roust 1 ban used this liniment myself and ocommend it very often for cuts burns strains and lame back and lave never known it to disappoint for sale by Stanford Drug Co The State Board of Control ordered a full investigation of the death of Fred letterer an inmate of the insane asylum at Lexington and engaged an attorney tohelp bring out all facts connected with the case It has been harged that Ketterer was beaten to death by attendants in the asylum Well Worth Trying W11 Browa the popular pension ittorney of 1ittsfiold Vt says Next to a pension tho best thing to- get is Dr King New Life Pills He writes troy keep my family in splendid health Quick euro for Head uche Constipation and HlllloUHness 2jc Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros rab Irchurd No bodies have been recovered from the Dover Okla wreck but several arsons are still missing and a three carold child has died of its injuries FREE TRIP TO LOUISVILLE Tho He- tail Merchants Association of Louis will refund in cash your roundtrip fare ascd on excursion rates on the follow- Ing dates Sept 17th to Oct 13th Nov 6th to Nov 17thDec 3rd to Dec 15th For full particulars apply to J V Beckmann Manager Retail Mer chants Association 307 Urban Bldg Louisville Ky GOOD farm hand wanted John Tray 10rJGllberts Creek Ky FARM FOR RENT I 11 nctiS on Hnnxlni Fork Klco Innd 21 acres for as acres for wheal Kutt IlDOd nitiidnw mid itrnzliig Apply to tho umliTslsnwl on thv farm it A PIKAHANTR FOR SALE I fnnn of nholltt iicrw l nillis North of llUKtoiivlilo on Panvlllo plki Klnol wiitoitHl most of It in KniM 60 acres IIRlly for whunt Vnnt to Ie II lit ontHi Will et corn nisi buy crop with place It tnktm lull next nttliiy U NKAI- Moraliiutl Ky MAN WANTED I Homo one ncnr Hlnnfont to nlt us In showing nnil sillliiK ro Itrtlea No OXIHII tenet iitcesviry If willing to let us tonic you tho real estate business Salary IllIr month to turnout roan willing to deco port of his time Jo this buslnes- sCO01EitAT11E lANDCO All lru llldg Minneapolis Minn LAND FOR SALE I Will II trlvntelydltterd of hut fnrmln butt illimlitl ono mllo from Inncnter IrfMngton plkeulxjul 1I1IIIn town IHn Its Aleut ISSacres culllviitloii roil III gntse All under goal fitmvnnil hns plant water Dwelling hnuw b oulliulldlctgItoPoll unit IInL or rlllr This shouldlcsoon altrnppnCInttal Rance tht city found l enforcing Uio lunil In the vicinity of Jimniter hns mlvntiml rap Ilhln price niulnixKl u In IItot1- tiuRn 1VItMuss mlinlnUlrntor M Moss LnniMist rKy- Central Kentucky Real Estate fxchange TITLE CO J o ns Nlc 4 room cotUi a and t acre of land located shout I rolls Iron Shelby City The bouw alone rest I We will sell tbli plsce or I Vo 2u980 sere J4 mile Iron Junction City tstorr frame dwelling good Urn crlbi uicke house etc AU in goat repair InclullDf f nclnga3iicr slBgruitndSA sera In cultira tlon tooj orcbant of peaches plums spplii He A splendid gripe bartor grape luld In DDcjrMr Place dOlt to scbool burcbe and welt watered medkated well at lieu sntl nook well at arn etc Price 13300 tlour and GrilL Mill Anderson county Ky 35 barrel capacity covered with Iron built yean ago Steam and water power the latter 8 months of the year It is an up todate reller mill with butte for corn sod meal bolt The Is of 7 years runt 14 scree with the mill including what Is with tile house of S rooms All for 14230 or 5 100 for the mill and 14 acre One half cash lag One trade No mill In 10 miles No rioA farm of 2i2 handiom wod rn2hoc ybrlrkmtlentw nicely lurnlbed and onlaceII dOM to scboel In s good comtauoltjr Is one ot the nlcat glares In tountr Ira barn Ibe place la well watered and II well not a on It Threl onlr stout 20 acres In cultivation and rest tD gnu I1ntoffruit treatc This It an Ideal hones ud a ipleodtd lam Price rou oabla No 151A term of 300 ace oar anti onehilf stir north of lIuittnTllls on the Dantlll pike Two story frame dwelling wttn room Ttranda bULc 1nyoung onnirdbessingadknhd 0 rult well watered neTer falling IprlDKILIC All bullllinp and feoeei If gad rc farm iltaated in tbe bm Hciluo A IJcrolo county ud It an Ideal hoiu sIrnJH In haute barn odnllolberntc uy out llhllop No 113 +A farm a f aorta illuated inn from StanloM sd t wale from Crab Drebs 0thewaters oleIrtrS Tne place It rut In Lout 5eltt slid can iiitidiTMrd About atrea li In eultUailuo timber luffirient to ke p up Ian One and onebill story frame dtcelllDg of t rooms hell porchescU Two good Ice boue ttni granrryi corn rrlli etc Place li well water d twogood iUterns at tbe door running atraira brougb tams All buildings In good dumb eireit ne darn fencing blr IllcollSiwracre Tertna fMT No T660 acrei of Und near Junction Clly cut In area fields 23 acre in eulllralton In gran S nlee orchard and ofthe Lit grip bar- bora In Kentucky Vuj sold lSW pound ol rapea list year t watered ant rtlolC 106 to school and cburcbes A two nory six room frame dwellinggood Urn cilia etc all In repair frame dwelling of sit rooms two hailto well at dour and all other leoniary outbuildings Alto large blacksmith hop 60x30 and shell lull length of shop sod 10 oet wide Tills property will be sold at a rsry ov price No 121Two houses and Iota situated In Crab Orcbard with sIx and one halfacre ol taut at ached Ilotb are frame ootlagc one conilillnc fB and the other ot 3 rooms titable two good prlngs tit The buildings are new and the acing ordinary Two good gardens and hre icrea la a ture Will sill each place separately nr Ma whole Iriee on the property as a whole 1300 No 13366 acres of land In the town limits of Roland about at acres bottom load and 83 urea In woodland The place Is well rented aotl water I water woikt well and cistern story fume rooms hall Teranda back porch sum bUlldlnlLIi and 001 eflllar Good barn and sn her necessary outbuildings Including crib raneryete All In good repair fencing to Brat cl ass order all wire fear la a beautiful pi are a desirable how dose to town and will sell heap sno on easy tern No JI7U1 acre farm In t mile of Phil lottery room dwelling tore stoke bOUM Hlb tc All the uulldlufti and fearing fair condition rood apple unlurd about U ores In culll slloii ml In tliiitier Watered by a oerer blllug well and waters ol South York lcoK200 No e5 A hams of Clout ecru on one ol the hell turnpikes In the aunty A hiiDiltome two lory frnuie uad one nf Hit huge und bPlt Ixirna In the rounlrTblo pint Is well uttred and lorlulii fenc Ingo Is In iplendld repair In good Community low to school nod utout W minutes drlr Irvin lanford This tery deslruble borne Irlce 01 For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land iltuated Just outride of town limits on the Somerset pike louse Las 7 rooms kitchen and see Tantt room good Cellar table and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P BA1LKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in tho Owsloy Building Tq Reduce My Stock o- fSPECTACLES I will during tho month of August sell ut discount till FRAMES ETC and give the unto gunrnnteo of wit isfaction as before OIHco over Me Robert Drug Store 0 to 12 A 1 130 to 4 P M W N Craig Stanford IWeviolator to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador llelchenbach Bro VonOrueniganAlbortVonorueaiganFred Alfred Simpson George Holmes MIl Mattie U liewe ltelchenbacbICharles Oummtni A 0 Dunn 8 M Holmes W E Alnoa WIt Daugherty M J noffman M U Klmore Peter W Urter J Kevin Carter Mrs M Hayden Welch A U UlutIJ E Ilruee W F Bhomaker Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Ferrlll F J Conn John n Oamenlich Sam Trowbrldfte Peter Ilalmer Charles Knulln Frank Cordler John Meier Hamnel Llndier Jacob Candor Mrs Alice Lytle David Stephens Mary HolTniann L P Nunnelley J W IlauKhman Christens Orayson J O Carpenter Jacob Jtisweln Sam Dameron 31st J Ashloclc Fred Rnn fort Notice of lectionl KiKtitor April term tint Llncoln County KlunHoiirt met Himmnt to uillouriiiiiint this AIMU lust rrmunt Hon n t 1Ver- non Judge lirt siding with the following jus llyneoftint imirv tiKWltt I It Ailnius W M luiUilontriintl W D Wwlllii It wns niovol liy Juctlee W Inulilornr nrulollI1 by Justice W D WIIIIIII that lilt folltiwlnir notion tw tiikcn hy this Iimrtt Hniiul Jury uf Lincoln county lit tke hint ttrni of the Lincoln elreult court itnv IIIK nfomm iKlixl n nusr ruurthouMi for Ilnrolii nploaring to suit Ollrnlllllt lint the eiHirtliouMi now lu UM 0 uiiMifi mutt loadxiltsnle for the public ruiiviMilPiiii nml tine pr vriitl0li ot th rcorditIsonhPrtelmoth Ml that thr sum nf l If kumrrtml ni tfer tune nor l0 Imllil ii nrw c urttioii urul further nnlonsl hat nu rtseUufl lid held andn1011nlaflilnitlbeeevtndvoting- pr Iwtalll 1Incnln r Rudy on this IItli of NovinlxT 1111 tin tiny nf ttui xt wp tilt iipproprbttlrMs nlnvuggteidshell lit IIIIIIIIUtltt tu legal vot r of county mr lh 4r ni pnivnlcborlltnf llneolncauntyNQtreelialto- ndvertlsr sitlil Mlmtlon fur nt Imit dale next Inifon Um day tlit iof In lhs HIOK JuuiiNAI wHIIr stunk ttw uRlr tltlthhold the vl Mtloii between the 111811111 tllllt Miry err n pllrwl to hold rkrtbHta tar Bounty olntwrs which Iwtlitn shell 1m hehl not fiiiKlurtwl In till rnpcrt Its rwHlrnl lt the gfiirnil flifllon lows In forte In tliH Hlntv lit tins time the Mitni U Inekl The elerk of thin lliHoln rtxiHly wHirttlmll nilM 10 prllltMl Oil tlllMllllClHl iMllOU til lit uswl In Mtlilelertlon the wont ami llf uriit An ou III fnvnrof Hit Hiproirl llofi nf UHhr liiilhllnicn wm irihHi fur Lincoln iHHintyfiiiMl hnv Iwo Jaews upon hr right of air 0114 fur cuter fuviHlHi lbeHppr itrlHtl nto U dtlgnated Ur eon Ve ail our fur voters tlll HMUIC thw ipiiruprlutlun tu lie thff Weird 10 uml ilerk littllpreii re wild Iml Ij1l11liIII the ereiit that tilt retjutatte r UKul voter of LliHoln iuuntv vote In nor or Mild nppruprlnllun It U ordered that his wart cailke Ih or Ilmoln ooiintv lo the amount nf Iptlui lo preinreilexi ut and issutrl mi printed furma und r the ssloftinroutityto lie liy the pn ildliiK judiccot tile llnmltatuntyteiurtsel- a l11 tine clerk uf Mild court iMvnlile toItwinr nt Lincoln rmmly Na mail think of StHiifunl icytnytwre from brdninof Mime with the option of pilvliii tame In 10 yours fruni dnte which buiul ilinll nut Itear u gnater ntlllf Interest Rhea 41r ient IMvnlile 111111111111 at Uli llIllI ounlv llIlIk of 1IllIlIfllnlRI- KJIlItlt ronMiiM shell lie iittnrliwl to sflkl hlKlieil hv the clerk uf the Lincoln unn1y court Inndaahnll b IUII In Ienouth loin nf girt Tin nand nay here onllltI on sold motion Cud theMin nine MKMHtiiniinliiiuu lyiil of tine justlie vot tug for Ailiiinn VnitiuW M Iinddornriiml W I Ixlna II luortiin uf this hotly A 01v Attiisti 111 COOIKll lark Mnroln County HlHcaHVwrt liy K IViininxtini Ur Cash Basis Business Pays We have placed on our counter ono of thoJhOilt National Cash ifegister made to assist uriu niakingour Cash Business a fuecefii Tina machine will iuo to each cash customer a cash t receipt and whqn tine receipts amount to 610 they will ho dis counted at our Marc It pays to pay oath Try it unit bo convinced relailes W 1l elHIu1NsStanford KentuckyJ OWING TO TilE IN REASE In our Business nml tho Doinnnil lor HighGrndo boils wo have Bought tho Fnnioua t Griffon Brand Clothes for the Fall and Win ter 1906 and f1907 4Tho Models of which arc ready for your inspection nt Sam Robinsons Next Door to tho Lincoln Coon ty National Hank r Stanford Kentucky THE VEILII Is not always used to protect the taco from the elements and keep the hair in position but by many rainy women and girls to hide the unsightly pimples blackheads and other eruptions of the akin There isgermlife la tbo akin and ZEMO a nice clean liquid for external use soon kills out this germ and loaves thd taco as smooth and soft as that oC a child ZEMO will positively cure sal akin and calp diseases such as Kcxcma in its many forms ringworm letter pimples dandruff or any itching skin disease Oct a bottle today at your druggi- stPtpod eely br E W ROSE MEDICINE CO ST LOUIS MO L GUARANTIED AND SOLD BV I PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORDI I have just received BIHLOT 4 the above stovonaiul nm now ruddy to furniflh you one at a reasonable figureI GEORGEStanford Kentuckyf Refrigerators and Water Coolers at Cost for the Next 10 Days r YID George Da Hopper Stanfora Ky YOuR WANTS j re IN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B MeRoberts DRUGGIST f STANFORD PERSONAL supsrvwion given to all Prescriptions compounded i i